It is well-known that Japan is one of the strictest countries in food safety supervision. At present it has set up a series of perfect supervision system related to food safety, especially in inspection and quarantine of imported food. All imported food must be inspected by Food Quarantine Office and customs, and extra inspection is required for agricultural products.
This webinar aims to provide a brief introduction to Japanese supervision department of food safety, and relevant regulations. With an in-depth understanding of supervision system and regulation, enterprises could avoid losses due to unqualified products or non-compliant label issues, so as to better exploit Japanese market.
1.Overview of Japanese imported food
2. Introduction of Japanese food safety supervision departments
3. Outline of Japanese of food safety regulation
Mr. Alex Chen, Japanese Market Key Account Manager
Mr. Alex Chen graduated from Central South University. He is proficient in trade with Japan and food regulations. As an elite manager of REACH24H, Alex has provided service for Yakult, Marubeni, Kewpie, Kobayashi and other famous Japanese enterprises. More than 5 years’ work experience has made Alex a master in international food trade and its process.
Who should attend?
- Overseas manufacturers and exporters targeting the Japanese food market
- Any food companies concerned with Japan food market access regulations at home and abroad
Schedule (The webinar will be delivered twice to facilitate the attendance of audiences from different time zones)
Time (China standard time)
10:00-11:00 August 31, 2017
21:30-22:30 August 31, 2017
New York: 9:30-10:30
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